Toilet Ek Prem Katha actor Akshay Kumar : Interested in more eyeballs than box office collections

Akshay also pointed out that though his film “Toilet: Ek Prem Katha” is set in the rural milieu, it is more relevant for the urban crowd than rural people. “The issue of open defecation is not just a rural (village) problem. I just don’t want to have an image. Related News
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Asked about if they will make the film tax free, Akshay said: “So far there is no confirmation, but yes, the Viacom18 people (the distributors of the film) applied for tax exemption. So, my concern is to make people aware of the issue. “Don’t think for a moment that this movie is for villages. Around 54 per cent people in our country have no access to toilets. I just want to keep on trying everything. 2017-07-28T21:02:59+00:00″>
Published:July 28, 2017 9:02 pm

With Toilet Ek Prem Katha, Akshay Kumar says he is interested in reaching out to a greater number of people. “I just want to keep on trying different things,” said Akshay, who received a National Award for his performance in “Rustom”. It is for urban people too because we are in more danger than them.” The film also stars Bhumi Pednekar and Anupam Kher. Then I did villain roles, now people are saying that I am doing social films. “In fact, I wish the ticket price of this film to be low so that more people can go and watch the film. “I don’t want to have any kind of image. It is releasing on August 11. He says the distributor has applied for tax exemption for the film. For all the latest Entertainment News, download Indian Express App
© IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd Let’s see what happens.” “Toilet: Ek Prem Katha” which stresses on the importance of sanitation. During the trailer launch of the film here on Thursday, when asked that after Rustom and Airlift crossed the Rs 100 crore mark at the box office, whether he was looking forward to minting more moolah, Akshay said: “I am interested in more eyeballs than the box office collection. But he says he doesn’t believe in having any image. It is a huge problem in big cities too and it is more dangerous in big cities rather than villages, because we live in a concrete jungle, so germs and bacteria spread faster here. Once known as Bollywood’s action star, Akshay has of late moved into movies with social relevance.